Friday October 9, 2015
Israel Hayom
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Holy Land archaeological site hurt by politics

The ancient town of Sebastia, caught between conflicting Israeli and Palestinian jurisdictions, has been largely neglected by both sides for the past two decades • Historian working on restoration says no one is doing maintenance, protection or cleaning.

The Associated Press

The ancient town of Sebastia is one of the greatest archaeological sites of the Holy Land, attracting tourists and pilgrims over the centuries with its overlapping layers of history dating back 3,000 years
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